Perhaps I'm over-thinking the disconnect() function. What happens to the
UART and the data in the UART buffers when the IOIO disconnects? I'm
assuming that the UART configuration is lost, so I interrupt the thread
that's handling the device communications and reset everything. I could set
a flag when the setup() runs the first time and skip the UART config if
setup() runs again. Is that possible?
On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 5:54 PM, Kevin Miller <ksmille...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've got a really big project nearing completion, but now that I'm getting
> into the fine details of UART communication, I'm having a problem with
> frequent disconnect()/setup() cycles which is interfering with the serial
> communications. I'm using Bluetooth for developing, but I don't think that
> is the cause because when I run the basic HelloIOIOService example, it is
> rock solid. What other reasons could be causing the disconnect? Is there
> some way to dig deeper to see what is causing the disconnects?
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